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UK Financial Regulatory Developments - May 2016 #9

Chancellor responds on tax deductibility of regulatory fines - The Chancellor has responded to a letter from Andrew Tyrie MP, Chairman of the Treasury Committee, to confirm that payments made by banks to regulators are...more

Potential tax consequences of Brexit from a German perspective

On 23 June, the UK is holding a referendum to decide whether it should leave or remain in the European Union. A vote to leave the EU (the so-called Brexit) would not only have repercussions from a tax perspective for the UK....more

Panama Papers prompt new UK tax evasion offences: top 10 concerns for professionals and corporates

The fallout from the Panama Papers continued with the publication of a further consultation by the UK Government on its proposed corporate tax evasion offence. The offence will introduce criminal liability for organisations...more

Cayman Islands FATCA/CRS Compliance Deadlines (2016)

Cayman Islands investment entities are currently subject to three separate regimes relating to financial account information reporting: U.S. FATCA, U.K. FATCA and the OECD Common Reporting Standard (CRS). Although these...more

UK Corporate Briefing Spring 2016 - Issue 5 - Spring 2016

Welcome to the spring 2016 edition of Dentons' UK Corporate Briefing, a quarterly summary of the most significant recent and forthcoming developments in company law and corporate finance regulation in the UK. Please see...more

UK Budget Residential Property Alert - March 2016

The Chancellor’s budget last week has been largely viewed as a business-friendly budget but it also contained some surprise announcements particularly for those who invest in, acquire and develop both residential and...more

UK Budget 2016: Tax implications for the private equity sector

The private equity sector was a net loser from last week’s Budget, with the proposed restrictions on interest deductibility and a lifetime limit on employee shareholder schemes. The extension of entrepreneurs’ relief is...more

UK Budget 2016: Key Implications for Financial Services

On Wednesday March 16, 2016, George Osborne delivered his eighth budget as the U.K.’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, which included a number of announcements that will be relevant to the financial services industry....more

UK Budget 2016: Finance

From April 2017, the UK government is to cap the amount of corporation tax relief for interest to 30% of taxable earnings in the UK or the net interest to earnings ratio for the worldwide group. This is subject to a threshold...more

UK Budget 2016: IPT, technology and gambling

The Chancellor delivered his 2016 Budget yesterday. Below is a brief summary of the announcements which are relevant to corporates in the IPT sector....more

UK Budget 2016: Corporate tax and business transactions

This is a brief summary of some of the issues arising from the UK Budget 2016 which have an effect on corporate tax....more

UK Budget 2016 – Key Tax Measures

The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered the UK Budget for 2016 on 16 March 2016. The Budget was delivered against the backdrop of international tax developments, relating to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and...more

Tax Announcements in the UK’s Budget 2016

The UK’s 2016 budget was announced on Wednesday 16 March 2016. Although we are waiting for detailed legislation for most of the tax-related announcements, below is a brief summary of some tax points which have caught our...more

UK Tax Measures—Spring 2016 Budget

The spring budget includes a number of announcements that relate to taxation, the most significant of which is a “roadmap” for UK corporate taxation through 2020....more

UK Budget 2016 – Overview

The Chancellor has presented a packed March Budget bursting at its seams with measures impacting businesses and individuals alike... ..The first reference to tax in his statement was to "tax avoidance" and that tells...more

Brexit: What are the implications for tax law?

The precise impact of a Brexit on UK tax law is not possible to determine without knowing the terms of the exit negotiated by the UK with the EU and future government decisions. There are various ways the relationship between...more

Minerals Matters - Winter 2016

Welcome to the latest edition of Minerals Matters and the first one of 2016. Last year was, on the whole, positive for the sector. We had the drama of the UK General Election and the surprisingly decisive outcome which...more

EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive Published: Implications For United Kingdom Corporate Taxpayers

On 28 January 2016 the EC published a proposal for a so-called Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive. If implemented it would apply to all taxpayers who are subject to corporate tax in an EU Member State, including corporate taxpayers...more

European M+A News, Winter 2016

Smart Acquisition Structures For Deals In Germany And The UK - What Are the Criteria for Smart Acquisitions via Corporations? - Inbound investment structures seeking to acquire a German or UK corporation should take...more

New Withholding Tax Exemption for Private Placements in the UK

Interest paid by UK companies is generally subject to withholding tax at 20%. Although various exemptions apply, most notably in respect of interest payments to banks and other UK companies, and in respect of securities...more

2015 UK Autumn Statement – business tax update

This year’s Autumn Statement proved to be rather quiet on the corporate tax front, contrasting with the recent OECD/BEPS led activity in the international arena. Perhaps this was in part due to the relatively recent Summer...more

Change in the UK Treatment of Dual-Resident Companies May Affect U.S. Tax Planning

On November 30, 2015, the UK tax authorities at HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) reached an agreement with Jersey about the interpretation of the company residence tie-breaker provision of the Jersey-UK income tax treaty. After...more

UK Autumn Statement 2015 – Key Tax Measures

The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his budgetary Autumn Statement on 25 November 2015. In this Client and Friends Alert we have outlined the key tax measures that we expect to be of interest to Cadwalader’s clients...more

Global Tax News - November 2015

HANDS OFF DIGITAL CURRENCIES! CANADA’S SENATE CALLS FOR A LIGHT REGULATORY APPROACH Formerly considered a gimmick for geeks and gamers, digital currencies, such as Bitcoin, have grown into a worldwide phenomenon...more

Consultation over Fixed Cap on UK Tax Deductibility of Corporate Interest Expense: Plucking the Feather in the Cap?

The UK Government launched a consultation on 22 October 2015 regarding the UK corporate tax rules for interest deductibility. The consultation seeks views on the design of a general limitation for UK corporation tax...more

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